|Director||Albert W. Hale|
|Cast||J. Warren Kerrigan Vivian Rich Jack Richardson George Periolat Helen Armstrong James Harrison Louise Lester|
|Plot||Jack Worthington and his wife were happy in their own love and and the love for their baby Helen. Evelyn had never told her husband of her brother Dick, whose besetting sin was gambling. Going away on a business trip, Worthington gave his wife a handsome necklace. That day Evelyn's brother Dick, called, beseeching Evelyn's help to get work. Evelyn got him work with an uncle on Dick's promise never again to touch a card. Dick grew in his employer's estimation until he was entrusted with considerable funds, one day, to take to the bank. He yielded to temptation and lost all. That night, Worthington returned and a great ball was given. In desperation Dick wrote a note to Evelyn asking help and she went to the veranda. Dick kissed her just as Worthington stepped out. Evelyn gave her necklace to pawn. After the ball, Worthington so upbraided his wife that she refused to explain, and taking her baby she left. Months passed and the husband grew desperate. One day Dick came and returned the necklace. Worthington, learning the fact, frantically set out and finally found his wandering wife, now eking out a precarious livelihood as a seamstress. The child Helen, proved the magnet that drew the wife once more to her husband.... search for A Husband's Mistake on IMDb|
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